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The Honolulu Advertiser
Articles for March 6, 2008

Breaking News
 •  Woman, 87, is Oahu's 8th traffic-fatality victim
 •  Syringes wash ashore at Oneula Beach in Ewa
 •  Pearl City man facing enticement charge
 •  Maui's Kula Forest Reserve reopens tomorrow
 •  Woman hiker critically injured in Pali fall
 •  Three suspects in state Capitol sex assault indicted
 •  Lava hits ocean off Puna; new viewing area planned
 •  Car fire closes Kailua-bound tunnel for 50 minutes
 •  Farrington High sets recycling event March 15
 •  Fire causes $100,000 in damage to Maui home
 •  Comment period extended on Hawaii habitat designation
 •  No traffic problems heading into Oahu rush-hour
 •  Chemical odor sends 4 Highlands students to hospital
 •  Clearer licensing standards sought for disabled drivers
 •  ID of puppy-tossing Marine in video still not confirmed
 •  Dates set for annual Waianae library book sale
 •  Moana Surfrider to mark 107th year with open house
 •  Briefings set for Hawaii nonprofits seeking grants
 •  IRS says those seeking rebates can use Free File
 •  Hawaii among states pushing ‘do not mail’ effort
 •  Motorcycle crash reported on H-1 near Punahou exit
 •  Eradication project targets rats on island off Molokai
 •  Downtown traffic expected for Keawe funeral today
 •  Pedestrian accident reported in Waimalu
 •  Big Island man charged in Hilo bar-brawl case
 •  Puna man charged with ID theft, forgery
 •  Daylight savings time kicks in this weekend
 •  Hawaii church holds vigil to mark 5th year of Iraq war
 •  Alert issued over H-1 Freeway lane closures tonight
 •  Surf on Oahu's north, west shores on the way down
 •  Dry, stable weather expected again today
 •  Assault reported at Kapiolani Boulevard strip bar
 •  Broken fire hydrant reported on Kuhio Avenue
 •  Rainbow Wahine hold off Louisiana Tech, 84-77
 •  Rainbow Wahine win two games in softball tournament
 •  Freshman leads LaTech past Rainbow Warriors, 69-62
 •  Chat with UH QB coach Nick Rolovich today
 •  Baseball: Giants move Frandsen back to second
 •  Baseball: Kent's injury not deemed serious
 •  CBKB: NCAA penalizes Long Beach State men's team
 •  Camps: Hoops clinic one of many sports available
 •  CFB: 2 Syracuse players charged with criminal mischief
 •  Football: New league may scrap season
 •  Golf: Daniel picks assistants for Solheim Cup
 •  Golf: Bryant leads; McLachlin shoots 75, Wilson 71
 •  Golf: Isenhour faces charges for killing bird with shot
 •  Golf: Nick Dougherty flirts with 59, but settles with 62
 •  Iditarod: Gebhardt first out of Ophi, 609 mi. from finish
 •  NBA: Jazz's Kirilenko won't play against Suns
 •  NBA: Jazz's Kirilenko still out with hip injury
 •  NBA: Officials to visit Okla. City as relocation site
 •  NBA: Heat's Riley may miss games to scout NCAA players
 •  NFL: Jets add fullback Richardson
 •  NFL: Broncos sign Boss Bailey, brother of Champ
 •  NFL: Eagles release linebacker Takeo Spikes
 •  NFL: DE Jevon Kearse set to return to Titans
 •  NFL: Some wonder if Favre is really gone for good
 •  NFL: Quarterback still on Dolphins’ draft radar
 •  NFL: Cardinals, Warner looking at two-year extension
 •  NFL: Free agent Ayanbadejo, Ravens agree on deal
 •  NFL: Favre rules out return in press conference
 •  Preps: Baldwin edges Maui by one stroke in girls golf
 •  Running: Paula Radcliffe pulls out of London Marathon
 •  Sailing: Team N.Z. sues Alinghi over regatta delay
 •  Strong men, bodyduilder at Powerhouse block party
 •  Tennis: Roddick, Connors no longer working together
 •  Tennis: Roddick upsets Nadal in Dubai
 •  Tennis: V. Williams, Jankovic reach Bangalore quarters
 •  UH: Free parking, admission to football event
 •  UH: 2,500 new football season tickets requested
 •  UH: Kids Club members can join team on court
 •  UH: Youth teams can join baseball team on field
 •  On the air today: UCLA-Stanford, UH women hoops
 •  On the air tomorrow: UH baseball, college hoops, NBA
 •  ATA says Hawaii flights not affected by Chicago pullout
 •  Better Business Bureau to give Torch Awards April 17
 •  Nordstrom reports worse-than-expected sales decline
 •  Longs Drugs stock tumbles to 52-week low
 •  Carlyle Group mortgage unit misses margin calls
 •  Hawaii near bottom in unemployment insurance claims
 •  Dow finishes down more than 200 points
 •  Apple tweaks iPhone for business uses
 •  Ford recalls about 100,000 2008 F-Series trucks
 •  O Lounge party for high-schoolers to target teen violence
 •  HPU kicks off 2008 Movie on the Mall series
 •  Cancer Research Information Day event is Saturday
 •  Brothers Caz to pay tribute to Aunty Genoa
 •  TV show to pay tribute to the late Aunty Genoa
 •  Kumu hula celebrates 30 years with Merrie Monarch
 •  Fundraiser set for late Hawaii party promoter
 •  2 UH student films chosen for California festival
 •  Olomana musical group moving to Tapa Bar
 •  Calvary to hold Iraq war peace vigil tomorrow

Local News
 •  Special ops soldiers honing skills in Hawaii Photo gallery Video
 •  Kamehameha Schools' gap in spending widens
 •  Student fights in 'Ewa raise concerns
 •  Auto show exhibits range from hybrids to Hummers Video
 •  American men a bit better at doing chores
 •  Got pothole? City has a fix
 •  School funding bill advances
 •  Pentagon hopes to ease school move for kids
 •  New principal spots 'pockets of greatness'
 •  Locker searches, drug dogs not likely this school year
 •  Beef recall bungled, some say
 •  Lankford might argue accident Photo gallery
 •  Jail term for child sex enticement
 •  Solo sailor will now navigate wave-powered boat to Japan
 •  Recycling centers would face fines
 •  Kilauea flow crosses access road
 •  Visitor killed, 4 injured in three-vehicle collision
 •  Roosevelt students' art now on exhibit at library
 •  UH Warriors share Dr. Seuss with kids Video
 •  Program provides LCC scholarship, weekly job
 •  Previews scheduled for YMCA dance classes
 •  More time sought for Kuilima Resort permit
 •  Lane resurfacing will close off-ramp tomorrow
 •  Eyes, SATs, history on tap at library in March
 •  Dogs gone wild at our city parks
 •  Services set for newborn who died at airport
 •  Obituaries

 •  UH football uniforms turning greener Video
 •  Rainbow Warriors sweep Photo gallery
 •  UH won't overlook lowly LaTech
 •  UH Warriors share Dr. Seuss with kids Video
 •  Bolla at ease with contract extension
 •  Hit or miss, Van Doornum makes an impact
 •  Chargers open defense of OIA title with a rout Photo gallery
 •  Okimoto's pitching propels Roosevelt Photo gallery
 •  'Iolani in national tourney
 •  Kailua holds off Moanalua in opener
 •  Prep schedule
 •  Red Sox to induct Kauai's Sullivan
 •  Nakama unveils renovated teaching center
 •  Golf Notices
 •  PGA Tour players from Hawaii
 •  Holes in One
 •  Olszewski gets second shot at WBC title
 •  Exhibition Baseball linescores Photo gallery
 •  Women's soccer Kai assists in U.S rout, 4-0
 •  PacWest honors BYUH's Alves
 •  Sports calendar
 •  On the Air
 •  For the Record
 •  Broncos building supremacy

Island Life
 •  Your upper body will thank you Video
 •  Mitchell a standout as mysterious Juliet on 'Lost'
 •  Jury's out on indoor mold, but be safe
 •  Movie openings
 •  Health calendar
 •  Benefits of walnuts, almonds
 •  Sushi and songs suit Salonga
 •  Something special on Oceanic 56
 •  Tube Notes
 •  TGI Thursday
 •  Tales from the Crib: When mom's a liar
 •  New parents need good night's rest
 •  Polaha, Burns reunite on new TV series Guided'

 •  Hawaii Medical Center seeks state tax break
 •  Sales of single-family homes, condos fall on Big Isle, Kauai
 •  Attempt to ban altered coffee fails
 •  Great freeware smoothes the way on your computer
 •  Learn how to be smart in finances, shopping
 •  Product safety unit to work full time
 •  Hawaii Data Report | Visitors to Hawaii
 •  OPEC blames U.S. 'mismanagement' for oil price rise
 •  Maui Pine names Webber as COO
 •  Trade Winds
 •  Learn how to be smart in finances, shopping

 •  Age limit on judges needs to be raised
 •  Niche tourism could help economy, 'aina
 •  Electoral College an advantage for Hawaii
 •  Campaign should let Obama be Obama
 •  Letters to the Editor

 •  Movie openings
 •  TGI Thursday

Photo galleries
 •  Seth's pix
 •  Special ops: 150 for Camp Smith HQ out in field training
 •  Masumi murder trial
 •  Spring Training
 •  Roosevelt vs. Castle baseball
 •  Pearl City vs. Kapolei baseball
 •  UH vs. Loyola University Chicago men's volleyball